Simulcast Film Screenings: A Showcase of Bophana Center Indigenous Filmmakers

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies at NIU, in conjunction with the International Decade of Indigenous Languages, GETSEA and the Bophana Center present four short films by Indigenous Cambodian filmmakers on the themes of “Healing, Memory & Care.”

Dull Trail (2020) – Directed by KHON Raksa, PEOU Mono & CHOEY Rickydavid, Bunong Language

My Wish (2021) – Directed by KASOL Sinoun, Jarai Language

Trung (2022) – Directed by Khamnhei HEA, Karvet Language

Alive Skin (2022) – Directed by Veasna OEM & Vantha RAT, Khmer Language

In-person screenings of GETSEA’s Simulcast Film Screening with the Bophana Center will be held at the universities across North America. Each university will connect via Zoom with the film makers located at the Bophana Center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia for introductions and a post-screening discussion of the films. Meanwhile, a virtual screening will be available for viewers across the globe at Virtual-only viewers will also be able to join the in-person screening locations for the post-screening discussion with the film makers via Zoom at

Tuesday, April 9 at 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Asian American Resource Center
375 Wirtz, DeKalb, IL 60115

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